Kyjuan Schambers jailed after hit-and-run crash

21-year-old Kyjuan Schambers was the driver responsible for multiple injuries in a three-vehicle accident on Purple Heart Pkwy. on October 3rd. Officers witnessed a white Kia Sedan speeding down 101st Airborne Division Pkwy. shortly before responding to a wreck involving the same vehicle. Three cars were damaged, and as officers arrived, they observed two Glock handguns and blue pills, later identified as Oxycodone, in plain view of the unoccupied Kia Sedan. Officers determined the Kia Sedan to be the at-fault vehicle as witnesses stated that the Kia was traveling at a high speed before rear-ending a car, causing them to hit the car in front of them.

A passenger and a driver were transported to Tennova for medical attention and were able to identify Schambers as the driver of the Kia. Officers confirmed that the Kia was registered to Schambers and that his license was “eligible for reissue.” Schambers was arrested on October 5th for reckless endangerment, unlawful carrying of a weapon, simple possession, leaving the scene, and driving without a license.

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Alishaa ‘Peachy’ Dabney jailed after police pursuit; marijuana in a stitch satchel

24-year-old Alishaa Dabney, AKA Peachy, was jailed on September 14th after a vehicle pursuit in her Audi A4 on Lafayette Road after she failed to stop at a stop sign. Once the officers activated emergency equipment, Dabney sped away until eventually coming to a complete stop on Anita Court. While placing Ms. Dabney into custody for the chase and traffic violation, officers observed a male passenger in the vehicle. He stated that he told Ms. Dabney to stop several times during the chase, but she refused. A strong odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle, according to police. A search yielded a “Stitch” satchel bag containing 24.9 grams of marijuana and two loaded guns, one of which didn’t have a serial number. Dabney was sluggish and had bloodshot eyes. She admitted to being under the influence and to being in possession of marijuana and firearms.

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Deion Sanders shoots thru neighbor’s ceiling while cleaning gun

21-year-old Deion Sanders was jailed last week after officers responded to Wallace Boulevard when the downstairs neighbor stated Sanders shot a gun through his apartment and he could see the hole in the ceiling. The neighbor told police that Sanders came downstairs to his apartment to apologize for the shot that had been fired.

On July 17th, Sanders’ Mother, Anquenette Sanders, told police that her son called her the night of the incident and explained what happened with his gun. On July 19th, Police spoke with Sanders, who explained that he was cleaning his gun in his bedroom when he accidentally discharged it into the downstairs apartment.

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Soldier Isileli Rivas charged with firing shots out truck window at stranger

21-year-old Isileli Rivas, a Fort Campbell soldier, was jailed on May 1 after police say he fired shots from a vehicle on Brady Drive near Dover Road. Leonard Coleman told police the Ford F-250 which was driven by Paul Allen, and was pulling a trailer, was firing multiple shots out the window at various places and at him. Officers located the truck, which was also occupied by passenger Tyler Ready. A pistol was located in the vehicle, along with another firearm and spent shell casings. All three were transported to the station and during an interview, both Allen and Ready stated that Rivas just started shooting from the back seat as they were traveling.  

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Fort Campbell Soldier Nathan Embers shoots himself in pinky finger

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Nathaniel Embers shot himself in the pinky finger on April 22. He was with family at a local AirBNB in downtown Clarksville when he brought a 9 mm Taurus handgun into the kitchen, where Del Carmen, Emma Opsal, Eric Opsal, Samantha Embers, W. Embers, Dabney Noble, and Richard Noble were all present. Nathan reportedly checked the gun to make sure it was clear and then began to load the gun when he shot himself in the finger. The round went through his pinky, then struck the kitchen island and cabinet.

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John Barrs scheduled to appear in court for road rage rampage incident

48-year-old John Barrs is scheduled to appear in court later this month after he went on a road rage rampage last year on I-24. Troopers say in August of 2022, Barrs was driving a black GMC Denali in the left lane and attempted to merge due to an upcoming lane closure for construction when he sideswiped a black Mercedes Benz. Footage from a TDOT truck dash camera shows him impacting the other vehicle and driving alongside the Mercedes until he purposely struck the victim’s car a second time. He caused $12,000 in damage and was charged with felony vandalism and reckless endangerment. He is set to appear in court on April 27.

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Soldier Keyshon Dill fires gun into neighbor’s apartment

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Keyshon Dill was jailed after he reportedly accidentally fired his gun while he was cleaning it. On Mar 2nd, Dill’s neighbor on Jack Miller Blvd reported that when he woke up and walked into the kitchen, he found his cabinet door open and his Windex bottle spilled on the floor. He saw what appeared to be a bullet hole through one of the cabinets and the bullet on the living room floor. The bullet appeared to have come from the apartment next door. When officers made contact with Dill, he was in his bed; he told officers that he had a weapon and that it was recently discharged when they asked. He explained that about an hour before their arrival, at 3:30 a.m., he was cleaning his gun and accidentally fired it.

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Trio charged after high-speed chase: Diamond Robinson, LeAndreonna Robinson, & Antoine Maupin

Deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a silver Chrysler 200 on I-24 as it was traveling 107 mph on February 13. Inside the vehicle was 19-year-old Diamond Robinson, 20-year-old Le’Andreonna Robinson, and 20-year-old Antoine Maupin. The trio increased speed, and a chase began onto Wilma Rudolph at 85 mph, where they blacked out the vehicle and eventually lost control into a field off Trenton Road. They fled on foot but were apprehended across the field. Inside the vehicle was 17 grams of marijuana, 2 grams of Fentanyl, and a firearm. All three denied being the driver or possession of the gun

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Soldier charged after yanking steering wheel, causing wife to wreck vehicle — Travon Weaver

22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Travon ‘Tray’ Weaver is jailed in lieu of a $16,000 bond after he was reportedly riding home from Fort Cambell Blvd with his wife, Haley Hall Weaver, driving and two children (one age 2 years, one age 7 months) inside the vehicle. The couple reportedly got into an argument, and Weaver yanked the steering wheel, causing the vehicle to swerve while they were near exit 11. Once they got into their neighborhood, he reportedly yanked the steering wheel again, causing the vehicle to spin out and roll into a neighbor’s yard. Haley says she was holding the infant after she exited the car, and Travon then pushed her to the ground.

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Soldier Cooper Sheffer discharges gun in apartment, misses neighbor’s head by inches

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Cooper Sheffer was booked into the Montgomery County Jail this week after his firearm was discharged from inside his apartment, causing a bullet to pass through the wall of his apartment and into his neighbor’s residence, which was occupied. A female victim in the neighboring apartment was in the living room at the time of the gunshot, which came through the wall approximately 8-10 inches from where she was sitting. Sheffer says he “accidentally bumped the trigger” while cleaning the firearm.

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Soldier Dakota Damron faces felony after accidentally firing rifle inside his apartment

Clarksville Police responded to a shots-fired call on Tandy Drive on May 30th, in which a bullet traveled through two occupied apartments and lodged in the wall of the second apartment. Officers located 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dakota Damron who lives in a connecting apartment. Damron stated he “accidentally fired a round”, explaining he was “cleaning his rifle and afterward loaded a magazine not thinking it was loaded causing him to accidentally fire the rifle,” according to a statement given to police.

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